When deploying an OVF template, the resulting virtual disk is created in what file format?

When deploying an OVF template, the resulting virtual disk is created in what file format?

A.
OVF

B.
VMDK

C.
VMX

D.
VSWP

3 Comments on “When deploying an OVF template, the resulting virtual disk is created in what file format?

  1. MKashif says:

    BlazIn how answer D is possible.
    VSWP is the memory swap file, which is created when you power on a VM, in lieu of physical host memory if an ESX host exhausts all of its physical memory because it is overcommitted. These files are created equal in size to the amount of memory assigned to a VM, minus any memory reservations (default is 0) that a VM may have set on it i.e., a 4 GB VM with a 1 GB reservation will have a 3 GB VSWP file created

    The obvious answer is B


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